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AsiaOne 10/26/2020 07:00
Private 5G Innovator Celona Closes Series B Round Led by NTTVC and Qualcomm Ventures to Expand and Fuel Private Mobile Network Growth. Continued growth and investment driven by explosive market demand by businesses to leverage the CBRS spectrum in the United States. GlobeNewswire. October 26, 2020. CUPERTINO, Calif., Oct. 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Celona, the first enterprise networking company to bridge the gap between LTE/5G cellular wireless and enterprise IT infrastructure, today announced it has closed a $30 million Series B round of funding.
AsiaOne 10/26/2020 02:05
The pandemic came, and the pandemic stayed. As crowds thinned out and we became more ensconced at home, certain metallic objects started making an entrance. Don’t worry, The Terminator isn’t here (yet), it’s just friendly robots making all our lives more convenient. Covid-19 has certainly accelerated the introduction of such technology; our generation might see Singapore become the Smart Nation we are slowly but surely gearing towards (read our coverage of the recent Robotic Coffee Barista). While some are cute and could even be considered "cuddly", others are decidedly dystopian, and remind us of certain horrifying episodes from "Black Mirror", the popular Netflix show examining unanticipated consequences of new technology. Here, our round.
AsiaOne 10/25/2020 23:07
The Aceh Ulema Council (MPU) has demanded that players of the highly popular online game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) and other games depicting violence be subjected to public flogging. West Aceh regency MPU chairman Teungku Abdurrani Adian said such a punishment was appropriate, given that “violent” games were haram (forbidden by Islamic law) under the region’s Qanun Jinayat (Criminal Code Bylaw). “It is only appropriate in Aceh, a sharia region, that those who perpetrate haram acts that violate Islamic law should be dragged [in front of the public] to be flogged in accordance with the regulations that are in force in Aceh,” Teungku said on Friday, as quoted by Aceh is the only province in Muslim-majority Indonesia that.
AsiaOne 10/25/2020 20:17
A suspect was being investigated by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) for allegedly using his position to obtain sexual favours from women. As a police officer, Mahendran Selvarajoo, however, was proving a tough nut to crack. After hours of interrogation, the staff sergeant, who handles commercial crime at Clementi Police Division, had confessed to only obtaining sexual favours from a woman he had previously investigated. But while he was being grilled, Mr Chng Tze Wei and his digital forensic team were busy extracting terabytes of data from a computer, three phones and several storage devices seized from Mahendran. What they uncovered further implicated the 32-year-old, such as his conversations with another woman he had in.
AsiaOne 10/25/2020 09:00
Thehome office is no longer an afterthought. With working from where we live part of the new normal, the study or office plays an integral role in your productivity. Of course, as space is a common constraint for most of us, it is essential that equipment is not only functional, but also compact enough to be put away – and good-looking enough to contribute to the aesthetics of the rest of your home’s decor. Luckily, you have many options. No longer clunky and utilitarian, essentials for home offices now come well-designed and are even made with organic accents. The good news? We’re helping you to pull together every aspect, from choosing your speakers to the best printer for you. Here are our favourites.
AsiaOne 10/25/2020 06:00
Have you ever used Google Assistant, Apple’s Siri or Amazon Alexa to make decisions for you? Perhaps you asked it what new movies have good reviews, or to recommend a cool restaurant in your neighbourhood. Artificial intelligence and virtual assistants are constantly being refined, and may soon be making appointments for you, offering medical advice, or trying to sell you a bottle of wine. Although AI technology has miles to go to develop social skills on par with ours, some AI has shown impressive language understanding and can complete relatively complex interactive tasks. In several 2018 demonstrations, Google’s AI made haircut and restaurant reservations without receptionists realising they were talking with a non-human. Would you let G.
AsiaOne 10/25/2020 03:00
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably looking to get either the PlayStation 5 from Sony and/or the Xbox Series X from Microsoft for your geeky gamer spouse/partner. It’s also most likely due to the fact that said partner has been frothing at the mouth to get one (and also probably throwing you sheepish looks while promising to do the chores or something of the sort to get on your good side so they could get one). And you’re probably thinking of giving them either of the new video game consoles coming out this November, but are at a complete loss as to what to get because, let’s face it — they’re just essentially a white or black box that folks play video games on. It doesn’t matter to you which console to get, but believe us, it matters a.
AsiaOne 10/25/2020 02:14
Choosing which iPad to buy used to be such an easy process — just get the newest one and be done with it. If only it was that simple these days. Tablets have gotten way more powerful since, and they’re now good enough to replace laptops. The 2020 lineup for iPads hasn’t made things easier because there are three to pick from: the basic entry-level iPad, the iPad Pro for power users, and now, the redesigned iPad Air that sits somewhere between the former two. I’ve been using it for more than a week now and I’m convinced that this is my favourite iteration of Apple’s all-purpose tablet. Fun fact: a 2020 iPad Pro is lying around somewhere in my apartment that has largely been forgotten because the fourth-generation iPad Air is just as good, al.
AsiaOne 10/24/2020 22:00
Imagine being able to go on a date with your favourite fictional character. That’s exactly what 13-year-old Seira Watanabe got to experience with the man, or should we say kaiju, of her dreams. The teenage girl from Kansai, Japan, was ecstatic to be able to go on a date with Godzilla. PHOTO: tver.jpWatanabe is such a huge fan of Godzilla that she even wrote in to to the producers of the television show Tantei! Knight Scoop, an Osaka television show which takes (often silly) requests from viewers, and turns those dreams into reality. “My love is so great that I would like to marry Godzilla,” the junior high girl wrote in her request.
AsiaOne 10/24/2020 21:59
Dogness Announces Strategic Partnership with Huayuan Pet and Chongai Trading. The Company Anticipates approximately $6 million sales opportunity during the first year of the partnership. GlobeNewswire. October 25, 2020. DONGGUAN, China, Oct. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dogness (International) Corporation ("Dogness" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: DOGZ), a developer and manufacturer of smart and traditional pet products in China, today announced its affiliate Dogness Network Technology Co., Ltd. ("Dogness Network") recently entered into a strategic partnership with Hangzhou Huayuan Pet Products Co., Ltd. ("Huayuan Pet") and Shanghai Chongai Trading Co., Ltd. ("Chongai Trading").
AsiaOne 10/23/2020 21:06
Apple has released its new smartphone, the iPhone 12, without an accompanying charger or earbuds. Users have harshly criticised the company for this move and will have to purchase these accessories separately, if needed. While some see it as cost-cutting, or a way for Apple to profit further by forcing customers to buy the products separately, the technology giant said the goal was to reduce its carbon footprint. This is the first time a major smartphone manufacturer has released a mobile without a charger. Earlier this year, reports emerged of Samsung considering a similar move, but it has yet to follow through. But even if abandoning chargers is a way for Apple to save money, the action could have a significant, positive impact on the env.
AsiaOne 10/23/2020 21:00
Short-throw projectors are all the rage these days with only Sony holding out in launching one. So far, most have come from the usual players but now Singapore has a homegrown company Lumos, launching their 1080p native resolution projector, the Auro. And at a very attractive price point. The devil is in the details. There will be no problems viewing it with 6,000 lumens. PHOTO: LumosBesides the previously mentioned resolution, the Auro has a very respectable brightness output of 6,000 Lumens. For the screen size, being a short-throw projector, a distance of 1.5m will display a 50-inch screen on the wall while being 3m away can give a screen size up to 100-inches for the best cinematic experience. Weighing 3kg and shaped and sized like most
AsiaOne 10/23/2020 07:00
ASICLine Miners an Investment Opportunity. GlobeNewswire. October 23, 2020. ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ASICLine has quickly grabbed the attention of crypto investors around the world since the recent launch of its miners. The two 5nm ASIC miners from the company website, FirstLine and PowerBox have been designed with the sole objective to create a surefire investment opportunity for all crypto mining enthusiasts regardless of their knowledge and expertise. In order to ensure fastest return on investment, these products offer lightning fast hash rate as well as maximum energy efficiency.
AsiaOne 10/23/2020 06:20
Web browsers that let netizens in China jump the Great Firewall have become more common over the last year. Their appearance seems to offer a glimpse at what could be a new form of internet censorship in China. Some of these browsers, which let users circumvent the government’s strict online censorship, manage to stick around for a while. But the quick withdrawal of others has led to questions about whether these browsers are really sanctioned by authorities as some companies say. Tuber was the latest such browser to disappear from app stores, but its fate did not always look so bleak. When news of the app started spreading online on Oct 9, it quickly racked up millions of downloads. It appeared to have the right pedigree to put people’s mi.
AsiaOne 10/23/2020 05:00
Singapore’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Vivian Balakrishnan sought out to demystify the process of self-conducting a rapid Covid-19 test, offering up himself as the test subject for a video posted on Facebook on Thursday (Oct 23). Understandably, many are apprehensive about getting swabbed and tested through an antigen rapid test (ART) kit, which processes the results of a Covid-19 assessment in as little as 15 minutes. The Ministry of Health (MOH) has noted that the accuracy of ART is not as accurate as a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test, which is more definitive in the confirmation of Covid-19 cases but would take about one to two days to process. PCR would not be practical for testing attendees of large-scale events, MOH noted.
AsiaOne 10/23/2020 02:00
MAG Partners Announces Construction Financing for 480-Unit Affordable New York Development in Chelsea. Construction to begin in November. GlobeNewswire. October 23, 2020. New York, NY, Oct. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MAG Partners today announced that it has secured a $173 million construction loan from Madison Realty Capital that will allow work to commence next month on a 479-unit rental residential building at 241 W. 28th Street in Chelsea.
AsiaOne 10/23/2020 01:55
An unorthodox design for a four-room HDB flat has received more disapproval than praise this week for the extreme changes made to the layout of the flat. The interior designers of Creatology Design Studio conceptualised a bold outline for the apartment — so much so that it doesn't look like a typical Build to Order (BTO) flat anymore. Going against the grain of allowing as much sunlight into the house, this design involves some pretty radical ideas, including moving the living area into an enclosed space in the middle of the house. In fact, the concept shuns bright colours and bright light, which turns the flat into a dark but sleek abode, filled with black and brown hues.
AsiaOne 10/22/2020 23:34
Prism+, Singapore’s very own homegrown consumer tech company is known for their upmarket monitors and TVs which come at shockingly low prices. And now the company makes strides in the field again by being the first brand in Singapore to produce a line of Smart TVs powered by Google’s Android TV operating system. PHOTO: Geek CulturePHOTO: Geek CulturePHOTO: Geek CultureIntroduced as the Prism+ Q Series, these premium Android TVs start at just $699 for the 55" version.

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